nuances in grey,
The try-it station presented by the local quilting guild was luscious (and very busy),
and an indigo-dyed display by Anne Fetterly was rich with a range of soft blue to midnight sky.
I was endlessly fascinated by the spinning that was going on behind me on the stage,
while at the table in front a needle felting try-me joint project by attendees was pure delight in its evolution.
The mono-printing station I occupied was busy enough that this is the only photo I have, taken just before the gates opened.
Even our local sasquatch got in on the act, getting dolled up for the occasion.
|I believe this photo is by Mel Hadiken-Joy|
All in all, it was an immensely successful day, compliments of Carmen Ditzler and her team. Plan a road trip for the next year - you'll be so glad you did!